"Lover Man" as written by Lita Rossana Ford and Michael Dan Ehmig....
When the river don't run, and the night won't fall
When I fear the touch,of the highway's call
When I close my eyes and the dreams won't come
When the world has set me free
Will you still be with me?
My Loverman

When the moon turns red, and the sun burns black
When the reaper's whip falls across my back
Will you lay me down,on a bed of stone
In that long and silent sleep, will you be with me?

What if I just go flying away?
What would you say?
Would you wait a million years?
Would you cry a million tears for me?
Or would you take my hand?
Would you fly away with me?
Would you be with me?
Loverman

When the hour glass is broken
And the final word is spoken
When fate has lost it's power
This word will still be ours Loverman

Oh, my Loverman
Yeah
What if I just go flying away?
What would you say?
Would you steal me from the cold?
Would you lead me to my soul again?
And when we reach the end, when we face eternity
Would you be with me, my Loverman?
Oh, Loverman
Yeah

When the river don't run, and the night won't fall
When I fear the touch,of the highway's call
When I close my eyes and the dreams won't come
When the world has set me free
Will you still be with me?
My Loverman

When the moon turns red, and the sun burns black
When the reaper's whip falls across my back
Will you lay me down,on a bed of stone
In that long and silent sleep, will you be with me?


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"Lover Man" as written by Lita Rossana Ford Lita Ford

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